Kathleen Spivack is a renowned poet and author of Robert Lowell and his Circle--among other works. Doug Holder interviews her on his show Poet to Poet Writer to Writer on Somerville Community Access TV. Topics: Kathleen Spivack, Doug Holder, Poet to Poet: Writer to Writer
Born to an Ecuadorian mother and French father, Perrotte was raised in Amsterdam Holland and Orlando Florida before attending Boston’s Berklee College of Music where she received her BA in Jazz Composition and Arranging with a principal instrument of Voice. This course of study was the fulfillment of a childhood spent singing and performing that continues on as a professional vocalist. Perrotte’s Masters Degree in Education from Lesley University in Cambridge Massachusetts focused her work... Topics: Doug Holder, Nanette Perrotte, Poet to Poet Writer to Writer
Doug Holder interviews poet Charles Coe on his Poet to Poet: Writer to Writer" program on Somerville Community Access TV. Topics: Charles Coe, Doug Holder, Poet to Poet Writer to Writer, Somerville, Mass.
Doug Holder interviews Kathleen Spivack about her new novel "Unspeakable Things"( Knoph) Kathleen Spivack’s newest book is the novel Unspeakable Things (Alfred A. Knopf, 2016). The book centers on European refugees in New York City struggling to survive during the last year of the second World War. Kathleen started this book in France, on a Fulbright grant, during the Maurice Papon trial, while France was re-examining its history. Kathleen Spivack is the author of With Robert Lowell... Topics: Kathleen Spivack, Doug Holder, Unspeakable Tings, Poet to Poet Writer to Writer
Doug Holder interviews Clea Simon on Somerville Community Access TV " Poet to Poet Writer to Writer" Clea Simon Clea is the author of three nonfiction books and four mystery series. The nonfiction books are Mad House: Growing Up in the Shadow of Mentally Ill Siblings (Doubleday, 1997), Fatherless Women: How We Change After We Lose Our Dads (Wiley, 2001) and The Feline Mystique: On the Mysterious Connection Between Women and Cats (St. Martin’s Press, 2002). The Theda Krakow mystery... Topics: Clea Simon, Doug Holder, Cats, Poet to Poet Writer to Writer
Doug Holder interviewed Diane P. Smith founder of the Grey Sparrow Press, and Khem K.Aryal-- Senior Lecturer at Syracuse University, and collaborator and translator with Smith on the Nepali- American issue of Snow Jewel ( Grey Sparrow Press). Topics: Diane P. Smith, Khem Aryal, Grey Sparrow Press, Poet to Poet: Writer to Writer, Somerville...
Holder interviewed Gallagher on his Somerville Community Access TV show: "Poet to Poet: Writer to Writer." "Loom" is a collection of narrative poems in which Boston is central to the story... a story of white Boston society promoting slavery to reap profits from cotton. The Lowells, the Appletons-- all that blue-blooded privilege--were intertwined with the Southern appetite for slave labor. Topics: Kevin Gallagher Mad Hat Press, Loom, Doug Holder, Somerville Community Access TV, Poet to Poet:...